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)) ' ▲ Æ. J 8 Pages ( ! av , jp' A W< îUly Newspuper Devoted to the Interests of the Settlers of the North Side Tract. No. 17 Vol. I. JEROME. IDAHO. JUNE 29. 1911 $2.00 Per Year H. J. UNKE 1'I.A.MMI Mill. Stme Fixture.. St I ire Front»* Winnow Frames Mower Sickle« linuiml mi Slum Vain Aid. KINOS OK Mil l. WiiKK At Ostrander l.innls r Co. Yard H. T. PUGH MASON stone: Stone Houses a Specialty All Work * iliarunteed Sati«lai mry .ieroiiie. Idaho. Hi IX tO'>. LAND OWNERS! Gehrmann Bros. Coppdale Contracting Co. Plowing, Harrowing, le veling. Hiti-hiiig, Itnilding. Alfalfa Mowed, Raked and Stacked make u H|nt*»ttlly • *» »n\«-riinvr iii»»l«-\»l « i|hI luml into Alfalfa M«*a<lo\\h « • i Ur « I iur« in ul iiumUtuI»* «•ontra» , t |»ri»«> Box 324 Jerome, Idaho .•vXxlillg. . 1 » ,1 \/ li Anywhere in Jonathan Valley Itnx 7, t 1 u'ei 1 vir. In I 1 M. L. PARSONS The House Builder Jerome», Idulu» It* wiile»»IX* Wurk .1 S|SX"l.»ll\ ing. Itesigning, Cahinet \\ ->rk i ..iiii.n I C. F. ANNETT .Il 'Tli I- • d 1 III I * K Vi I ( llliee al r. F. Aliln lt »V >"ii - ' ItiM-.v M U vi ,,.evvi II lt.< BARCLAY A. HALL LAW -i t It' I'metiee in all Slat»- and l-i.lerul I ..nri. .IntuMi:, I■ »ah« J. S. HARTSHORN M i *1 li in I K K I.li KN'KI ld;d Jerome m J. F. GRINDER VKTKKIN MU" ( »Hie,- at Foster's I tarn. 11 >.\ i I« • .1 FROM K DR. E. D. PIPER l*liy"ieiati and Surgixm ( Mlit-e at .li-rome I »rug Store .1 » hum k, Mai: B 1 Ivi,i««k It. Jno < ' M vnrix MARTIN A. HADDOCK ATT» »U NF Vs \T I VW J tail .vi ». W m. A. PETERS LAW Y It! «»w y.\ \\» in*» NHTAVIV IM ' Hl I«* \NH Kir>i National Hank HniMnur Invim J 1 11 . .Mt DR. J. F. SCHMERSHALL t Iver Jerome Drug Store Main Stnx-I Invito J >a« ivi I; A. B. STEVENS C. E. I.U KNSKI» si HV» Irrigation mal Mnni» ipal Lngin«*«M Ij'uvc Or»!«*n< at .l«•r^•In« , 11 « •!•*! - 11* All«» Jkiiumk Dp. LEON G. PHILLIPS I »K Nil ST Hours, D h» I'J —- I«* •» ( ioltM \N I'l l*«,. PlIONK K() W. R. FORBES BdKKaK«*. Express I'AUKAtiK DKI.IVF.lt Y t 'iIlllli-oll. I ri-almi-nl I Transfer .■.m I'nnupt .Service. leave orders al Ta, -ha sstore l'lioiie I-» Independent Meal Market J.'R. ELLIS— 0. W. DOUGHERTY Successors to City Meat Market I eat ion the same, where will he full line of lirst-elass Meats. \\ «• restieelfully found a Prices the lowest. solicit your patronage. J. R. ELLIS—0. W. DOUGHERTY, Prop'rs Phone 0Ö KiitliU'ia-tir friend. I'«»rail, I nun 11 1 i - dnl of Si natnr state, have 1 1 i 1 11 nr a running male fur Taft, in the (in-idi-ut lal raee ne\t year. Filer is now n .iiied nf nit alfalfa meal mill, w 1 1 i I • 1 1 will he in active i.v August - _'iitli. Sllliseriheil, "jterat imi 111. and hllildilig emu |,,,k l,:l ' 1,11 l,,M " active Work nil till ., 1 , lin-lieed. A rrangeiiient « a iv enmpleli-d for tin- liistallatii pnrtahle mill »11 tin- Nnrtli Side! tract, priividiug ~ullleient secured among tin hi I i- i 11 it rai-ts I fa riin r hu- grinding tin- meal to warrant it. li you are iiili-ri-li-d in thi can 1,1111 ' 'm ighh..rn,g town oft: . ling matter see Mr. .Ini- Si'll I III-I lergi-r am | • partiel i.ll's. as heeii thrown into a turmoil, a a result of must nf tin ir i-ilv nidi util. In lug (niilul invalid after in . . vi-.tigatiou hy an • \p- it in m ■''""h 1 Vest igntinll VV ;l- hl nllght till'* tiling of a i-lnim hy a emitr i'*toi \\ Iim « I« h it • work on tip \ iv« t - during 11 l»*mi ii^ lii>l »-»»uin il. t»> ll»»* aimniht »»f »Milt»* a mum, \\lii» !i lia m-vi-r tii-eu paid. It vv. t luiiking up tin- liability of the town vv hill in this 1 - 1 - 1 -, that the di.seiivi-iv a made that must of tln-ir • »r> Iii»a... defe,-t t.. i-i. e, laine. many prai-l ii-a lly in val idati- t In-m. a (iood News. i-ii" ivliahly InfiilTited tin lir-t of tin- week that Mr. Adolph uv. li« a large rtiiteli We Arnold, vv near Wendell, had a shipment id live ear loads uf ymtng mileh ei i-nriiuti-, vvliieh vviithd he hrutiglit un to tin- trai t. i-ngaged in tin Mr. A ri », •!■ i pm king hll'iin—- at t hii-agu, and land- nil tile In-jug intereste* tract, lie ha- kept himself pn.-ted I'll III i-niiditiiuis In-ri-, and. like many a great fü other.. In -1 i,-\i- tln-re i' lure lien- along dairy lines, ironvei'anl with the huimtiful hay • top I i-i ng gat In-red In-re In- feels that i' tin- opportune time for tin farmer to inen now it'i- hi. hi-nl of dairy , and aeeiinlingly In has .elia-t le which lu ll! in,-,-I tin- rixiniri'lnents I 1 -oVV . 1 a shipment ot a lielievi- vv of the tract. Tin- shipment i a short tiloe, and expect,-d within vv ill he plaeed on near Wen ivganl of any or all o( ,- have not In-ell informed. Arnold - I Mr - « -l « 'll' dell. A- to hi' intentions lisp« i'll 1 1 ing tin ! them, w hut will know moiv a hunt it upon his arrival In-re. an glad, liovvi-ver, of this mov.-méid, as mili li to till' S'-tiler on example vv ill im to s.-e tin W . mauguratii.il it vv ill iin-aii the traet, ami tin dollht.xlly h.- followed hy others. Ml ASl RING HAY IN Nl ACK. i many litige Just now o k. of alfalfa are to hi VV Ill'll oViM* ^»•»•11 't; \ mlrroM rules f.»r a-, • naming the nf tuns eontained in a stack. ton some ■ traet, it may give a few ; mini IT |',:i..-d on the '"Iimali- that a Ai M I i-tihie feet, mtll i of hay contains Ity 1 1 te 1 this hy the jtiply the I'-ngtl height in le«t. ..... breadth in le, -I. and divide the ;,i m I, ami you have the muu i in feet ail' ro suit I I.v her of toils. -f lu estimai iug the eoiiteiits roll I id stai-k. multiply the -.ptatvol the distain e itrolllid the 'tael yards, hy four times tin- height in •s from the a in If I vv Minis, point right, ami this will he the n umher ,,| euliie yards it IMI he -hiek. w huh divided hy "ill • *l"-'l III«' piae. num her of tons. A ton of dry hay "ill eoutaiii from :* 1 .'|II to ■»i-J etlhie feet. I'rof. ( hase, of ill. Nebraska I'.Np« rim.'it- lal Station slates: "It i' eu-tomary to asstiiu»' that an S-foot «-uhe, - i •_» f,-et, will make atoll altel ■n in the stuck or :;n the hay has I _ ; that a 7i-1 enhie feel, " ill make a ton stacked from :»0 ( J euhe, or II Id»i day' ■f hay after it has heett till days; ami that a eithie feet, " ill make a when hay is thoroughly settled. w ill 7-foot euhe, or toll of :u:t hay In some eases tin 1 »•» »rrtft result, hut itt *» variation. doit ht realize that aniotml l hers give a (here will he a wide Of course, you no measuring hay at best t> more <»r less of a gtK'ss, and il aders have a |>r:n of our any •Deal rule regard ait of hay we will rr ing tin* In* j»Ifiist •« 1 l«> puLlWi it. AT THEIR.BEST Shoshone l ulls an Attractive Place at The Present Time. litop and family were iminliered among several Jen uni les who visited Shnsliiine f alls nil the first of the week. 'I he . l iiere are vurimis reasnns why a trip to the falls al the present time is more than dvurlh die elliirl. The river is about al its height, and the scene presented with ibis ..is volume of water going thundering 1 •r die rin ks, is certainly mn-nl v'andiler. lung tn Is* n-memla-nsl. Tin ■ who have made regular trijis to I he falls each summer, say that they via appeared to Is-tter advantage than til the pn-selll time. I hat this si-enie wonder is lieeoniiiig mon- pnpular each year is evinn-d hy the i-mislaiilly increasing immls-r of visitors 1 1 ml may Is-found there almost any day. m., m . spangier .v Dixon, of Twin fail who ai-ipon-d a lease of the hotel and --'rounds this spring have made many o- ial.li- improvement«. having repainUsl and n-nirmslied the hotel thrnllghoilt. s-hadi- 1 rei-s have hi-i-n set out. and nlli.-r shrnlils ry. dial will add nini-li i*» iIk I.* ani^ m| tin* |*la«v in a iVw yt*ara. •• a<* oiiuii«Nlatioiiis an*taxe<I U» ill* ir uliic^t, an*l ill»- «lininif mTvki;in all tiial < i- may «loin*. \N I • nif I all> an* li«»vv at their Ih*kI. tin- liij» ihrunyli tin- miintry al thin titn«* i- aU»i » »-rtaiiily ii^pirin^, um one oh •m i ihe U-aiilihil licl-lh uf hay an«l _ rain alni"'l rva»ly l«»r the harvt*t<t, ami il»«* ! » « i—• • hta» *»t allaita hay that have aln-.rly Ini ii put up. If y»»n an* iiielitu*«! t*. iti -1 I »lui* ait-i -li.*»«-* iiirauM*»!, «Imp every ! •j ;t u* I tak« a'«lay "ll and visit this «•» • 11 * »U and will»«*» nature at its liest, ami yu \'ill eoim* hack « a onteiit«*d ami happy. \rrangi-mi-nls are Is-ing |s-rf»s-leil h»r a test nl iiinlur elitnliing up the Lincoln July Uth, vvliieh will dinid a i liani-e to six- the Falls, and wit in-. this test nl endurance. I grade. i ..m i tv Congratulate Yourself. IVr-.m- living in this Mvtimi of South ern Malm may well appreciate their good liirtiine. vv Imu the balmy weather of this latitude is'-■ an pa red with the (iillnw ing, is I'mmd in the dispatch nf fites« lay K vv- v. vi iv, June '_'ii. A si-orctiing hnl wind from the south has blown all day over eastern and central Kansas and western Missouri, greatly damaging grow ing crops, amt sending temperatun-s to m vv high records. Itep.rls from only .mi- ,-oiiniy in Missouri tell of rain. This was at llartville. in Wright county. In Kansas t'ity the temperature reached h « ' degrees. At Salina and Mc I'hi-rsoii. Kan. the teni|»erature ivaclasl ■s. lava king the nx-ords for the Vi-ars. 'fcmpi-ratures in other ixansas towns to-day were: Manhattan, li.l: \hiicnc, 11'.'; t'oiicontia, 11-'; Fan |nina. I* «• ; Kinsley, loo. and Strong I 114 deg i.i-i Ji. t it). Ill Thi- entire month of Jinn- lias luxai a throughout very hot and oppressive one tin- ,-a.t. and for tin- 1 x-lu-lil ot mir east an illustra nt tin most pleasant weather this seel ii il I ha. enjoyed during this [«erind, as indicated hy the daily readings of the therm, inieter ; Max ern neighbors we give 1 x-li li. Mill Pali' Min Mill I »»«!•• 1 • 1 •4 1 *. »I . I 1 4'* •n i** i i*.» vj I*» •vi m a ly ii 4.1 I ii III IS 47 IJ 71 l-t no 11 lilnres will not he eonliiuxl and Oklalioma. but extend Smith Dakota, and from present iinlii-atiotis great losses will I« sustained throughout that section. The crop I; |.i Kansas north as tar as llnrun. Not Raised in Idaho. i-mnltor oleveii iiu*lu*s l»»n>r A gnx-tt el was laid on i m r desk Tuesday by W. A. y « .vv don't think that this is a I Ii-iss. result of this year's crop in Idaho, al vve may bave some to though ready. vas one taken eipial it Utter on. hut it In,m a shipment from the farm of t'. D. iialli-nlini-.il Morrison. III. Mr. Gallen a speeialty of raising toma 1 , iii-ninliiTs for the winter tniir line male ti«-s am ki-l. and some idea of tlie magnitude of enterprise may lie gleaned from I tie that lie has seven his lU'H'S »»I ll"t liotisi-s, vvliieh an- kept at an even tein •oratnn- Ihnnigliotil the winter. ( .alli-nlim- is als Mr ; a heavy land holder in ltd« .. and in company with Mr. ttawlieeker, Inis started one of It is the littest on-lianls on the tract, siieli praeth-al men as looking toward the irrigatixt seelious for tlu>se that are sure and pmltlahle n-turns on itieir in Now that the season for green tieas al hand, the following plait of cooking 111 ,.m is suggested, which is said has proved very stlivessl til : ids and all. into the kettle, and is I'm your gnx-ii peas, p, cook (Iiitii the usual length of lime; when they are done the pods will rise tlie surfait', while the («'as may I«' mnn'l al the bottom of the kettle, liner lia vor cooked in this way. tn Tluy liavt* a A Laudable Aim. Mr. I). A. L'Harrison in negotiating with the Water Co. fur the purchase of the grounds set aside liy theeiini|ialiy fur This ground ha« ill' into lots, eemetery j »11 rf h «s«ts. never lieen plattix! or laid ihiiH making it impossible for one to pnr rhase a lot, or place on which to Imry their friends. The graves that are there have ls-<ni lis-ated proinisenously, and a survey may lind a portion of them in the driveways. I.' Harrison in obtaining possession of the land is to have the same pro|»erly laid le Uim of M r. The elect a re«t thut our citizen« can out ing place for their dcreased friends with out (ear of removal later on. As the laws of the state prohibit the l rallie in eemetery pn»|s-rty al a protit, the step taken l»y Mr. L'Hérisson is ueoinniend und it is to Is- ho|M'd that hi ll is aide one, may sm-ceed in his negotiations, to Is- Imfs-il that the time is not far dis tant when the management of the irine it tery will Is- taken over hy the city, a is no sjieeulutive transact imi, and no one individual should he ex|ieeted to carry the Imnlen. Hogs for Sale. I>un«--Jersey sow and six pigs Poland China sow and seven pigsÿ-tâ.i Alsu dins' Poland China sow pigs at IHU.oli eaeli. S»s- H. S. Frazer (or par ticulars. t he Band Concerts. ( inr citizens turned out enmasse last Saturday evening to listen to the n|«-n air eoni-ert providcxl hy the Jerome hand, and i-oitld the hoys have heard the words of commendation freely ottered hy the listeners they would readily understand that their efforts were highly appreciated. The niiisie was certainly enjoyable, and the memls-rs are to Is- heartily congratu lated mi the progivss they have made during the short time they have Is-en or ganizeil. Arrangements are now in hand for a series of these weekly concerts to !«• held al different |s»ints on main street, a numlier of ottr pulilii- spiritvsl eili/ens having taken it tll»oil themselves to raisi business men and a [Hirse among ottr citizens for this purpose. Tlie ls,ys an al a continual ex|>ense for an in are stmetor, music and ntlier incidentals, and our rici/ens should feel enough pride in the hand to contribute a small sum for these w»x-kly i-niuvrts. Pigs For Sale. If you are lis>king (or Dun k--J ersey pigs let me show you what I have tn Link. - miles west, 1 mile south. offer. Good Railroad Facilities. Sliostione Journal ; — ''It hardly six-ms i-nxhiile, but it is a fact nevertheless, that nearly every in»j»»rtant town in county has two railroads, west, the main line towns are Minidoka, ting and Bliss, and each Lincoln From east to SllOÄllOlUS t« has a branch line in addition to the main line of the O. S. L. In the southern Uupert, Jen »me And comes Hiehtield on part of the county an* and Wendell, each w ith two mads. last, but not least, the W.hmI River braneli, from which point the new I'atnas t'rairie road, now liuilding, hranelies otf. w it!» only one line of rail road are rich, on the main line, and Hagerman, tlie new line from that town to a The three towns 1 Veit on vxiniux'tion with the Hnpert-Bliss eut-oH ; the third is lleyburn, on the soiitlieast houndary of tlie county, loeatixl on South wesU'rn rail ern the Mini«i«>ka an»l roa«L" IDAHO STATE CHAUTAUQUA. 22 July 3rd Boise, Idaho, June Reduced rates via ( Iregon Short Une. Tickets on sale from Idaho and Oregon points June LMtli, 21st, 22nd, 23ni, '-Mtli, 27th, and 21»th, liinitrxl to July ,»tli. S«h> agents for rates and further particulars. A Life Sentence. H. M. Spangler, who last week pleaded guilty in the district court at Shoshone of the murder of Mrs. t'ora whom lie was accused of shooting last April, w as sentenced to life imprisonment in the jienitentiary After tlie plea ease was 14. Hogers, I»y Judin' Walters, f guilty t»y Spangler, the taken from the lunula of the jury. Spangler stmt Mrs, Hogers in lieeause, as lie elailtuxl slie had spumed He tried to shoot himself after a room. liis low. wards, hut the gun would not work, and lie drank earl « »lie acid. Though his life des pains) of for several days, he and then pleaded was ii natty recovered, guilty. wire just re Klwood. American Hoyal. Hog Two ear loads of fettet eeived. and rabbit proof. Kh VZKIÎ-MihiKI Co. IDAHO STATE CHAUTAUQUA 3rd. Boise, Idaho, June ii July Reduced rail's via Oregon Short Lin»'. o and Oregon ml, 2 .'!rd, 2 Ith. Tickets on sale from Mali I«»ints June 2uth, 21st, 27th, and 2Htli, limited to July •'»tb. agents for rail's and further particulars. S« R S FRAZER. PRES W L HUYETTE CASHIER P R KARTZKE. VICE PRES. C. F. MASSEY ASST. CASHIER, isfAcr 7^1 / ( > O » 33 •p A C 3 As Q m G Q 60 o 33 O o 'b Y tl> t/) A o O A O Y -V .Vf*' ■f ■à y •« -S' 0 ) 3) Co/vf a**2-V o C Ors (/> f> Î0 o H >3 O ll .Va» m FI o fP -à loc' N' rs % s 2& i/i tn a Y O 'h O T T ■+ vO A o T & y 0 & *r r * y * <9 o H .at' Y X A) VS -b -p n Co ip 33 '-VN (/) ^ X n 3 Established January 2, 1909. Notice!—Safety I)«i>»»sil Boxt-s to rent at a very nominal charge. FENCE WIRE We have just received two car loads of the popular ELWOOD, AMERICAN ROYAL Rabbit-Proof and Hog-Tight Fencing ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED All Size s of Galvanized Steel Irrigating Tube« | Frazer-Moore Comp'y Heavy & Shelf Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Etc. N JEROME, IDAHO ICE ! ICE ! E ARE MAKING DAILY w Deliveries of Ice. Patrons whose names are not on our Daily Call List and wish ice, call Phone 71 or notify our driver and we will fill your orders promptly. Jerome Livery Co. j Phone 71 ICE ! ICE ! % Imported Hackney Stallion Fortrey Active IMP. FORTREY ACTIVE is a chestnut; blaze and white. Sired by Halloo Carton Dane; dam, Fortrey Rose. Bred by William Gifford Butcher. Holywell. St. Ives, Eng. Registered in Ameri can Hackney Stud Book. no other Rortrey Active season of 1911 as follows; North Side Livery Barn, Jerome Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week. Balance of time at the DeVoe Orchards & Stock Farms Co Five Miles North of Jerome. Will make the he This Horse has been inspected by the State San itary Board and found sound in every particular. TERMS OF SERVICE For the season. $12.00. $2.00 at time of service, $10 due Sept. Ist, 1911. To insure mare in foal, $15.00. $2.00 at time of service and $13 due March I, 1912. If mare is sold or removed from county, money becomes due at once. Due precaution will be used to prevent accidents, but we responsible should any occur. The De Voe Orchards &. Stock Farms Co., Owners will not be I J W. A. AMBROSE, Attendant.